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USA | Medical | Found kidney donor on Facebook 25/04/2010 | Found kidney donor on Facebook
USA | Technology | Carlos Sanchez a 44-year-old father whose kidneys were failing because of diabetes found a kidney donor on Facebook... Continue

International | Social Networking | Facebook disabled  Osama bin Laden fan page 19/04/2010 | Facebook disabled Osama bin Laden fan page
INTERNATIONAL | Freedom of Speech | The social network Facebook disabled a fan page under the name of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. The page posted extremist Islamic content and had garnered more than 1000 "fans". .. Continue

Australia | Social Networking | Teachers sue  a newspaper for using Facebook photos 18/04/2010 | Teachers sue a newspaper for using Facebook photos
AUSTRALIA | Defamation | Two teachers were temporary suspended after the Warwick Daily News published pictures of them dressed as schoolgirls. The pictures were posted on Facebook. The teachers filed defamation action against the newspaper for allegedly misusing the s.. Continue

Australia | Law | Told lies online? go to jail! 07/04/2010 | Told lies online? go to jail!
AUSTRALIA | Regulation | .. Continue

International | Copy rights | The Winkelvoss brothers want to sue Facebook again 01/04/2010 | The Winkelvoss brothers want to sue Facebook again
INTERNATIONAL | Copy Rights | Cameron and Tyler Winkelvoss, two brothers who won millions of dollars in a settlement agreement with Facebook, still claim that they came up with the Facebook idea... Continue

International | Privacy | Facebook accidently exposed users` e-mails 31/03/2010 | Facebook accidently exposed users` e-mails
INTERNATIONAL | Privacy | An accident that occurred last night caused Facebook to expose all the hidden e-mail addresses of its users. The glitch was fixed after 30 minutes... Continue

France | cyber crime | A man tried to hack Barack Obama`s Twitter account 27/03/2010 | A man tried to hack Barack Obama`s Twitter account
FRANCE | Cyber Crime | AN unemployed Frenchman hacker known as HackerCroll was arrested by French police. HackerCroll has been arrested for gaining access to passwords of Twitter administrators and for targeting accounts of US politicians and stars such as President Barack.. Continue

Australia | Social Networking | Picture of a baby was banned from Facebook 22/03/2010 | Picture of a baby was banned from Facebook
AUSTRALIA | Privacy | The social networking site Facebook banned a semi-nude picture of a six weeks baby posted by his mom. The site warned his parents that they should be more careful when posting pictures of their newborns... Continue

Australia | Crime | The Australian police will search You-Tube for law breakers 21/03/2010 | The Australian police will search You-Tube for law breakers
AUSTRALIA | Criminal Law | The Australian police is planning on searching You-Tube and Facebook for leads in a case of riots in a T-Market outlet... Continue

International | Social network | Facebook is looking for ways to block pedophiles 18/03/2010 | Facebook is looking for ways to block pedophiles
ENGLAND | Pedophilia | Home secretary Alan Johnson held a meeting with Facebook executives and suggested to install a "panic button" in their site that allows users to report suspected pedophiles. Facebook is considering the idea... Continue

International | Privacy | Judge approves $9.5 Million settlement over Facebook ‘Beacon’ 18/03/2010 | Judge approves $9.5 Million settlement over Facebook ‘Beacon’
INTERNATIONAL | Privacy | .. Continue

USA | Social Networking | Posted his location on Facebook and was arrested 17/03/2010 | Posted his location on Facebook and was arrested
USA | Evidence | Maxi Sopo was wanted on bank fraud charges. He was arrested by Mexican authorities after the federal prosecutor in Seattle read a post about his vacation in Mexico on Facebook. According to Justice officials, covert investigations on social-networ.. Continue

USA | cyber crime | Militant and hate groups make a growing use of social networking sites 16/03/2010 | Militant and hate groups make a growing use of social networking sites
USA | Cyber Crime | Simon Wiesenthal Centre reports that the use of social networking sites by militant and hate groups grew by almost 20 per cent in the past year. The study found more than 11,500 social networks, websites, forums and blogs such as Facebook, Twitter an.. Continue

International | Sociaal Networking | Warning over stalk-my-profile scam to Facebook users 15/03/2010 | Warning over stalk-my-profile scam to Facebook users
INTERNATIONAL | Cyber Crime | Facebook users warned over ש bogus application "stalk-my-profile" The app does not activate some under-the-counter profile checking functionality but just push the user into another Facebook app earning the scammer via ad affiliate revenues/.. Continue

England | social networking | Facebook insult led to a lawsuit and a fine 14/03/2010 | Facebook insult led to a lawsuit and a fine
ENGLAND | Defamation | Darren Mattox from England posted in Facebook an offensive message about his ex-girlfriend Ashleigh Speed. Mattox was fined even though he posted the message as part of a custody dispute over their son... Continue



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